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Journalist Adam Kredo published a Navy video on Monday explaining gender-inclusive language. He said that it is a project to teach members of the U.S. Navy about gender identity.
“Hi! My name is Jony, and I use the pronouns he/him,” Naval Undersea Warfare Center engineer Jony Rozon, who wears a T-shirt with the rainbow colors of the LGBTQ community, begins the address.
“Here’s how the Navy is training sailors on gender pronouns—Military creating ‘safe space’ for their colleagues by using ‘inclusive language’ that signals they are ‘allies’ who ‘accept everybody,'” Kredo wrote on Twitter.
The Army mandates similar gender identity training and trains officers on when to offer subordinates gender-transition surgery (…) These programs are part of a larger push by the Biden administration to make the military more welcoming to transgender individuals,” the Washington Free Beacon said.
Donald Trump Jr. referred to the video and said that it is a situation that will get worse. “Which is worse, the topic or the fact that they feel they need to talk to service members like children?” he said on Twitter.
Not just the navy
During Pride Month, there have been several controversies about gender ideology. Last week, the attorney general of Michigan for the Democratic Party, Dana Nessel, said that every school should have a drag queen. She argued that this is not an issue that divides society and said they are “fun” people who “make everything better.”
The comments were criticized by hundreds of citizens. The chief of staff of the Michigan Republican Party, Paul Cordes, called the prosecutor’s statement unbelievable: “This is unbelievable. This is not normal. She shouldn’t be allowed to joke this away. Dana Nessel is unfit for any office, especially Attorney General.”